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 Softaculous needs 1GB in "/usr" - alternatives?, Can I install in /home instead? (3 Replies, Read 2534 times)
BigLebowski
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hi there,

My /usr partitions don't have a huge amount of space, in some cases only 400MB. Is there any way I can install Softaculous in a partition other than /usr? Or can I force it to place some of its data in other partitions?

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Softaculous needs 1GB in "/usr" - alternatives?
Brijesh
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Hi,

Sir which panel are you using ?
If it is a custom panel then you can install it anywhere.
Also Softaculous uses just 13MB approx in the /usr partition and the scripts are located at /var/softaculous folder so the load on /usr is very less.

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BigLebowski
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Hi Brijesh

We're using Cpanel/WHM and Softaculous is replacing Fantastico. So the main bulk of the data goes in /var yes? If we enable all available scripts then how much space is needed in /var please?

Which key install/data folders do I need to "du -h" to reveal how much space an existing install is using please?

We use Centos 5.7

Many thanks
Dude


Edited by BigLebowski : February 9, 2012, 10:14 am
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Softaculous needs 1GB in "/usr" - alternatives?
Brijesh
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Hi,

Yes the scripts packages are located at /var/softaculous the approximate size should be 1.4 GB if you enable all scripts.

In cPanel you can check the space of the following directories:
/var/softaculous/
and
/usr/local/cpanel/whostmgr/docroot/cgi/softaculous


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